MOREH: Myanmar officials have repatriated 128 Indian nationals who were handed over to their Indian counterparts at Indo-Myanmar border town, Moreh, on Wednesday.
All the stranded Indian are the labourers who had gone for constructing 69 bridges and roads at Myanmar’s various states under the Government of India’s plan. Out of the128 stranded Indian nationals 66 persons will be quarantined at various Community Quarantine Centres of Moreh and remaining 62 will leave Moreh tomorrow for their states. Maximum of the Indian are from Jharkhand, Bihar, Punjab and West Bengal.
The repatriation was done after the Ministry of External Affairs GOI had a talk with the Myanmar Government.
Doctors of Covid Care Center Moreh under the District Nodal Officer Dr. Cecil Ahongshangbam conducted the medical check-up of the stranded Indian nationals at ICP Moreh and verification of the details was done by immigration team.
The repatriation of Indian National from Myanmar was taken part by ICP Manager Robin Gangte, Addl. SP (LO), Sangboi Gangte, Immigration officer Krishna Ana